ROL' tsITOKINOV V RAZVITII SERDEChNO-SOSUDISTyKh ZABOLEVANIY I OSTEOPOROZA

Abstract


At thepresent time there is a great interest in médical researche devoted to investigation the role of cytokines (interleukins) in the pathogenesis of cardiovascular diseases (atherosclerosis, arterial hypertension, ischemic heart disease, etc.), and osteoporosis. The review provides data on the conducted research on the importance of cytokines in the event of these diseases.

About the authors

O. B. ERShOVA

d.m.n., professor kafedry terapii IPDO YaGMA, zam.glavnogo vracha po lechebnoy rabote

K. Yu. BELOVA

k.m.n., assistent kafedry terapii IPDO YaGMA, zav. gorodskim tsentrom osteoporoza

I. V. NOVIKOVA

aspirant kafedry terapii IPDO YaGMA, vrach kardiologicheskogo otdeleniya OKB

A. A. BARANOV

d.m.n., professor, prorektor po nauchnoy rabote

A. V. NAZAROVA

aspirant kafedry terapii IPDO YaGMA, vrach gorodskogo tsentra osteoporoza

M. A. ROMANOVA

aspirant kafedry terapii

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